Experts In the Science of Water Exercise
Whether training in a lap pool, participating in a water aerobics class, or simply doing exercises on your own, water workouts whip you into shape. Our full line of quality aquatic exercise products will breath new life into your routine and keep your body performing at its peak.
Want to buff up? Strength training in the water builds muscle throughout the body. Our hand buoys challenge the upper body and core by working against the water's density. And our ankle weights and resistance cuffs help sculpt long, strong muscles throughout the legs by harnessing water's natural resistance properties.
Water exercise is also a simple way to work out your body's hardest working muscle − the heart! Cardio training in the water can help increase blood circulation, improve cardiovascular health, and enhance your metabolism. Elevate your heart rate with a pre−swim jump rope session. Or, strap on a swim tether to turn any sized pool into an endless lap pool to provide a similarly heart−pounding workout.
Easy On The Body
Best of all, aquatic exercise is for everyone! Water supports the body and provides a nearly weightless environment, making it ideal for athletes rehabilitating from injuries and patients suffering from arthritis. And, it's even safe for pregnant women and senior citizens to exercise in the water. Because every person is unique, you should always consult your doctor before beginning any new workout routine.
Ideal For Everyone
Got the green light from your doctor? Choose from one of our pre−built fitness systems, or let AquaGear help put together your own system! Our product experts can work with you to organize a fitness package that's as unique as you are.
Working in deep water? An aquatic jog belt can help you reach peak cardio levels without putting stress on aching knees, feet, and hips. AquaJogger belts provide ample flotation that's suited for men, women, children, and seniors.
Types of Equipment
All water exercise equipment is designed to help you achieve a better workout while in the pool. But, there are a few different types of equipment to consider when you're looking for specific results: buoyancy, weight, and drag.
Buoyant equipment also uses resistance, yet also supports and floats the body while in the water. Buoyant devices such as jog belts support the upper body, while lightweight foam dumbbells provide upper body resistance to tone biceps, triceps, and shoulders. Though belts and hand buoys may all look the same, we highly recommend Hydro-Fit products for their solid, American-made construction.
And just like on dry land, weighted exercise equipment adds essential load bearing exercises to a water workout. Try our hand and wrist weights to maintain bone density and build muscle simultaneously.
At AquaGear, we strive to be experts in the science of water exercise. By testing each and every product we sell, we supply our valued customers with knowledgeable service and specialized product recommendations. Call today and let us outfit you for a lifetime of healthy living!